How to Lease a Lexus NX
If you are new to the world of leasing, then we are glad you found our blog. Leasing offers a ton of benefits that you may have never heard of before. For instance, with leasing you can avoid the initial depreciation of the new vehicle. Since you do not start out owning the vehicle, you won’t have to feel the pain of resale down the road. Leasing is also great for people who are not really sure where life is headed. You might start out with a sedan lease and then realize you need something bigger when child number 3 or 4 comes along. With so much flexibility, leasing is a fantastic option. If you want to learn more, chat with us at Tom Wood Lexus today. We have some great recommendations for vehicles, like the Lexus NX.
The Lexus NX
Why are we recommending the Lexus NX to families? As a crossover SUV, leasing the Lexus NX is perfect for anyone that needs flexibility and versatility. If your family is constantly on the go, the NX provides a huge backseat for comfortable legroom, as well as a lot of cargo space for luggage, groceries, skis, and more. It is also a high performance SUV, so if you are the car enthusiast we hope you are, you will love that it produces more than 235 horsepower. This front-wheel drive SUV is also amazing in all types of weather. Now that you want to give the NX a chance, let us tell you about how to lease one.
The Lease Process
We will give you a quick breakdown of how to lease a Lexus NX, but if you have any questions at all, please stop by and chat with us. The first part of the lease process is narrowing down a vehicle you want to have for an extended trial. In this case, we narrowed it down for you to the Lexus NX. Next, you will need to fill out a credit application. This can be done either online or in-person at Tom Wood Lexus.
Once we have your credit on file and you are approved, we will need to get your lease deposit. The deposit includes your first month’s payment, as well as any fees associated with the Lexus lease. This can be a different amount depending on the vehicle, but it is usually anywhere from $1500-$3000 (although, this is subject to lease specials, dealership offers, and credit).
Finally, we have to talk legalese. We will go over the terms and conditions of your lease so that you understand what is expected. One of the best parts about a Lexus lease is that you can choose to trade-in or buy outright at the end of your lease period. With so much flexibility, we often wonder why more people are not taking advantage of this.